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    'Voice out' or just 'voice'

    Is it grammatically correct to say 'voice out your opinion'? Or is it just 'voice' your opinion?

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    Re: 'Voice out' or just 'voice'

    Just "voice". If you like the "out" part, you can try "Speak out [or up] with your opinion" but as usual, shorter is better: Voice your opinion or Speak your opinion.

    That's just my opinion.

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